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Questions tagged [gpu]

Use for questions about the Broadcom VideoCore IV Graphics Processing Unit included in all Raspberry Pis.

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Raspberry Pi Model 4 - Which nonfree parts remain?

As the Raspberry Pi Model 4 was released today, I reckon it's time to update this question. I'm aware of the fact that a lot of effort was put into writing usable free software GPU drivers as stated ...
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Maximise GPU usage on a headless Raspberry Pi

I have a headless Raspberry Pi 2 model B and my goal is to maximise the heat output from the CPU/GPU IC. I've successfully maxed the 4-core CPU by running 4 instances of: yes > /dev/null & ...
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DIfference betwenn vc_dispmanx and vc_vchi_dispmanx?

I'm using vc_dispmanx as a display engine and noticed the presence of vc_vchi_dispmanx library who looks quite close to vc_dispmanx. Dispmanx seems to be a broadcom proprietary alternative to openGL, ...
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How to display numer of QPUs on screen?

I'm using the QPU library created by mn416 on GitHub (https://github.com/mn416/QPULib) to run a sample code on Raspberry Pi 3B I need to display the number of QPUs utilised by the GCD algorithm. I'm ...
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Kernel error : [drm] Resetting GPU

I am using an app which is using the vc4-drivers. Sometimes videos freeze for an instant, and I see a kernel message saying : [drm] Resetting GPU After that, some font are no more displayed but the ...
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What should Pi 3 CPU/GPU split be for command line boot to run MJPG-Stream

The Raspberry Pi 3 - now has 1GB RAM, and older docs have always recommended 128M GPU split for most of the video streaming apps I've looked at - but a lot of them refer to 512M RAM limit in the older ...
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Where is the GPU firmware loaded into?

According to cursory explanations of the booting process and software such as this, the small second stage bootloader on the SD card enables the GPU to access its firmware on the SD card and load it. ...
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Simulating OpenCL on a Raspberry Pi using Python

Is it possible to run code on a Raspberry Pi which simulates the use of OpenCL? I am developing code on a computer which is capable of using OpenCL, and am testing this code remotely on a Raspberry ...
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Frequency bands from FFT (audio visualizer)

I'm currently working on an audio visualizer running on a 64x64 LED matrix, and some tests showed that the Pi1 is totally capable of doing that. I'm receiving raw PCM audio data using PortAudio, and I ...